we donate 11% of profits to nature



Origin Story

Once upon a waterfall, our Chief Nomad, Willis, had an epiphany on a solo road trip. Amidst some cheeky bare-ass shots and laughter, BAREMTN Supply was born! For over a year, Willis navigated countless ideas, but the spark remained: Connecting HUMANITY with NATURE.

Fast forward to Fall 2023, and we boast a rad lineup of organic cotton and recycled polyester clothing. But wait, there's more! Fall 2024 brings the debut of our backcountry hiking pants, embracing the outdoors responsibly with sustainable plant-derived materials—durable, breathable, flexible, just like your favorite hiking trail.

Driven by our love for Nature, we're giving back—11% of PROFITS straight into the arms of Mother Nature, preserving, healing, and protecting the environment we cherish. It's not just apparel; it's a journey towards sustainable, nature-loving vibes.

Who is Willis?

Enter Willis, the ultimate wanderer! 🌍 With more passport stamps than a hiking stick can handle, he's a genuine nomad with a heart for environmental sustainability. In September 2022, Willis fully embraced the nomadic lifestyle alongside his partner-in-crime, Rachael, cruising over 45k miles in their modified 4Runner throughout the southwestern states. Always on the move, they capture epic content, explore Earth's wild wonders, and connect with like-minded humans.

Willis dreams big for BAREMTN, envisioning it as the ultimate lifestyle brand with a unique twist—it's all about PEOPLE and PLANET. Their mantra? Living and breathing NATURE, because it fuels their bodies and keeps their minds connecting the dots. Cheers to Willis, Rachael, and BAREMTN: Where adventure meets eco-consciousness, and fun is the ultimate game!

11% to Regenerative Agriculture

Regenerative agriculture serves as a crucial lifeline for sustaining life on Earth, emphasizing topsoil rejuvenation, biodiversity, and ecosystem fortification. This transformative approach, rooted in a combination of sustainable techniques and embracing diverse philosophies, proves effective across varying scales, from small gardens to large farms. As soil health improves, regenerative agriculture reduces input requirements, boosts crop yields, and actively contributes to climate change mitigation by removing and sequestering carbon dioxide, aligning with global efforts to combat climate change.